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Pearson is happy to approach his story sideways to surprise the reader or straight-on when he wants them to be right there. the battle between the legions of Good and Ill was exciting enough (flying cones of fire!) and includes a literal deus ex machina. I can't remember if I've ever read about a deus ex machina that features the actual Deus. Pearson's approach to Adam and Eve and that infernal snake was interesting. Black Angel comes to Eve in his own form (.

Edward Pearson Warner (November 9, 1894, Pittsburgh – July 11, 1958, Duxbury) was an American pioneer in aviation and a teacher in aeronautical engineering. Besides that he was also a writer, scientist and a Statesman, a member of the Civil Aeronautics Board at its founding in 1938, a Delegate of the United States to the 1944 Chicago Conference for the Convention on International Civil Aviation, and an international civil servant.

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Bys
This is a fantasy novel telling the story of the angel Chamiel. He lives in the archangel Michael's Court. The story covers Chamiel's life from the carefree days of his youth to the taking up of his official duties as a Messenger of the Lord. More broadly this is the Biblical story from the rebellion of Satan to the temptation of Adam and Eve.

It is important to note that Pearson is interested in creating a rich fantasy world, rather than writing a strictly correct theological treatise, thus the book is quite Biblically unorthodox in several respects. To quote one minor variation Satan goes by the name Zareal before his fall, but there are some much bigger variations which I do not want to explain for the sake of spoiling the book by saying too much. I am not sure exactly what audience the novel is aimed at. In taking this unorthodox path Pearson risks offending Christians, but then the book may be too 'religious' for atheists. As an ex-Christian I found the novel interesting enough to entertain me for the few of hours it took to read.
Ionzar
This is a fantasy novel telling the story of the angel Chamiel. He lives in the archangel Michael's Court. The story covers Chamiel's life from the carefree days of his youth to the taking up of his official duties as a Messenger of the Lord. More broadly this is the Biblical story from the rebellion of Satan to the temptation of Adam and Eve.

It is important to note that Pearson is interested in creating a rich fantasy world, rather than writing a strictly correct theological treatise, thus the book is quite Biblically unorthodox in several respects. To quote one minor variation Satan goes by the name Zareal before his fall, but there are some much bigger variations which I do not want to explain for the sake of spoiling the book by saying too much. I am not sure exactly what audience the novel is aimed at. In taking this unorthodox path Pearson risks offending Christians, but then the book may be too 'religious' for atheists. As an ex-Christian I found the novel interesting enough to entertain me for the few of hours it took to read.
Chamiel download epub
Author: Edward Pearson
ISBN: 0704310511
Category: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Quartet Books; paperback / softback edition (1973)
Pages: 128 pages